Supervisors approve consultant agreement

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved a consultant agreement for burnsite and landfill engineering services. The 5-0 vote February 9 authorizes an agreement with GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc., to provide services on an as-needed basis for an amount up to $500,000. The contract will expire on February 9, 2009, although the agreement will terminate […]

SANDAG issues State of the Commute report

The San Diego Association of Governments issued its first State of the Commute report, and in addition to accepting the report for distribution January 28 the SANDAG board also provided suggestions to reduce traffic congestion. The purpose of the report is to provide a summary on the performance of the region’s transportation system. SANDAG staff […]

Airpark master plan presentation well-received

an for Fallbrook Community Airpark was well-received during a February 7 meeting at the Fallbrook Public Utility District building. The special meeting for the technical advisory committee and the public included a presentation by P&D Consulting, which also took comments to be incorporated into the master plan’s final draft. Peter Drinkwater, the Director of County […]

Hebner gets first IKF win

Grant Hebner obtained his first-ever International Karting Federation (IKF) win on February 5. Hebner won the Touch and Go class main event at the California Speedway Karting Facility in Fontana after taking the lead in the 16th lap of the 20-lap main event. “I was very surprised at how well we did,” Hebner said. “I […]

Haugh subdivision buffer zone accepted, map process will proceed

Granger Haugh’s appeal of a Planning and Environmental Review Board denial of his proposed subdivision was partially settled by the time the appeal reached the San Diego County Board of Supervisors February 9, and Haugh and the county’s Department of Planning and Land Use will continue to resolve the remaining issues on the project. Between […]

Shaw signs letter of intent with ASU

Derek Shaw, who lived in Fallbrook for five years and played Fallbrook Pop Warner for three years, has signed a letter of intent to play football for Arizona State University. Shaw, who played quarterback for the Oceanside High School team which won the 2004 CIF Division II championship, signed the letter of intent February 1. […]

Drake ascends to Fallbrook Pop Warner president

Rita Drake, who was elected as the new president of Fallbrook Pop Warner in November, took office in January. “For me it’s just really about the kids,” Drake said. “They deserve the best we can give them.” The 2005 season will be Drake’s fifth in Fallbrook Pop Warner. Drake’s 12-year-old son, Dustin, will be playing […]

CIF to use 9-12 enrollment for divisions

The CIF San Diego Section will be using enrollment of a school’s students from ninth through twelfth grades to determine the placement of schools in a division. The CIF Board of Managers approved the proposal to use 9-12 enrollment counts for division placement purposes. Three days later the CIF state Federated Council approved the use […]

Eagle Scout candidate plans airpark beautification project

An Eagle Scout candidate is planning to create aesthetic improvements to Fallbrook Community Airpark for his community project. Kyle Rabiyan will address the Fallbrook Airpark Advisory Committee at an upcoming meeting and final arrangements are being made with county authorities. If the final approvals are provided, Rabiyan and other volunteers will likely perform the work […]

Supervisors appropriate $60,000 for Community Park, Rainbow Park

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors appropriated $60,000 for work on Fallbrook Community Center Park and Rainbow Park. The 5-0 vote February 9 appropriates $35,000 to replace a Fallbrook Community Center Park driveway and $25,000 for restroom and storage shed projects at Rainbow Park. The funding was derived from the CSA 81 Park Land […]